EVGA Supernova 750 G3 80 Plus Gold Power Supply Review
Peter Donnell / 7 months ago
A Closer Look
The unit is nice and compact, especially for one of this power rating, efficiency, and that’s fully modular. That’s great news for those with limited space in their build. Aesthetically, it’s gorgeous too, at least for a PSU. The edges are slightly rounded, and the metal work in general looks great. It’s little details, but they all add up.
Down the side, there’s a specification sticker with the EVGA logo on it. It’s neat and tidy looking overall.
Around the back, there are massive amounts of ventilation, with the grille going pretty much edge-to-edge. This is important, as the PSU has a hybrid mode where the fan can be at zero RPM. This extra airflow will keep the PSU cool when the fan is off. You can turn the Eco fan mode on or off at the back with this switch. There’s also a mains power switch for when you need your system completely powered down.
Around the back, you’ll find fully modular connectors. The 24-pin is split, and there are two 8-pin headers for the motherboard. There are four VGA connectors offering 6+2 pin cables for each. Finally, there are four peripheral/SATA cables for your other hardware, such as HDDs.
The fan is one of EVGA’s own and features little “E” for EVGA dimples, giving it a really unique appearance. It uses a Hydraulic Dynamic Bearing design and promises ultra-quiet performance.
Important – Please Read
To understand the results on the new few pages, please take the time to read our detailed testing methodology page. The next page of this review will help you understand what the results of our testing mean, and educate you on the various qualities we look for in a good PSU.